Grammys 2021: Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak perform last song “ Leave The Door Open ”

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Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak brought down the house at the Grammys on Sunday.

The two have teamed up to release the song “Leave The Door Open” under the supergroup moniker Silk Sonic.

Mars and Paak, both 35, took the stage early in the evening to perform their tune, a love letter to 1970s soul music.

They both performed in retro-styled dark orange costumes and the performance featured a trio of back-up singers in the traditional ’70s. style.

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Anderson .Paak (left) and Bruno Mars (right) performed their song 'Leave The Door Open' as Silk Sonic at the Grammys on Sunday.  (Photo by Theo Wargo / Getty Images for the Recording Academy)
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Anderson .Paak (left) and Bruno Mars (right) performed their song ‘Leave The Door Open’ as Silk Sonic at the Grammys on Sunday. (Photo by Theo Wargo / Getty Images for the Recording Academy)

The duo, who will release the album “An Evening With Silk Sonic” later this year, were not originally on the Grammy list of performers but campaigned fiercely on social media until that they get a job.

Even march wrote a letter to the Grammys, asking them to make room for “two working musicians” to perform.

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The “Uptown Funk” singer took to the stage again during the In Memoriam segment for pay homage to little richard. He sang the legendary hits “Good Golly Miss Molly” and “Long Tall Sally”. Paak played drums for the number.

Paak also had a special evening, having won the best melodic rap performance for his song “Lockdown”. He was also nominated for his music video for the song.

The couple also paid tribute to the late Little Richard.  (Photo by Francis Specker / CBS via Getty Images)

The couple also paid tribute to the late Little Richard. (Photo by Francis Specker / CBS via Getty Images)

It has already won Best R&B Performance and Best R&B Album, both in 2019.

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For his part, Mars won a total of 11 Grammys, including six in 2017. His other victories came in 2010, 2013, 2015 and 2016.

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Mars has been nominated 27 times in total.

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